Restaurant 39 Lê Ngọc Hân, Phạm Đình Hồ, Hai Bà Trưng, Hà Nội, Vietnam Published on: 04-12-2015
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Why Truc Lam Trai Vegetarian Restaurant is special ?
Truc Lam Trai isn't quite vegan as they still use honey, but it’s definitely somewhere to check out. The restaurant is small but tastefully decorated and comfortable with traditional Vietnam culture decoration, Buddhism library and free book and CD, zen and meditation instruction. Truc Lam Trai Restaurant is established in order to memorize the traditional filial piety of Viet people and encourage to have enlightened living. With traditional and deeply consideration design, you will get the peaceful, contentment feeling and satisfied with delicious Vietnamese vegetarian food at restaurant.
Must try dishes:
Vegetarian mushroom hotpot (small pot) - 250,000 VND (USD 11.00)
Grilled Mushroom chicken - VND 65,000 (USD 3.00)
Fried Aubergine with sesame and salt - VND 39,000 (USD 1.70)
Fried noodle with mushrooms - VND 39,000 (USD 1.70)
How to get to Truc Lam Trai Vegetarian Restaurant?
Le Ngoc Han is between Lo Duc St and Thi Sach. The restaurant is on the opposite side to Ruby Plaza. You can take a taxi to get there.
- Amazing Vegetarian Experience
- A true hidden gem and a must visit
- Cosy little restaurant with great atmosphere
- Great little gem, local food & local prices
- A nice place with a good selection of food
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
39 Lê Ngọc Hân, Phạm Đình Hồ, Hai Bà Trưng, Hà Nội, Vietnam
Tips for you
We were looking for a vegetarian place, and luckily we came by this little gem on TripAdvisor. A cosy place with a good selection of food, all vegetarian and vegan style. Really tasty local food with local prices. We tried a fair selection of dishes, all tasted great. The only thing though, do not expect (any) service, nor help with the selection of food. They mostly spoke only Vietnamese, and hence were a little timid. But, the food & value is what matters for me, and the rating reflects that. Would go again.
I am not vegetarian, although my partner is, but neither of us have ever tried fake meat dishes before. A real eye opener, especially the cocconut and sesame fried 'prawns', which were excellent. Very discreet service, all nice & Zen and tasty food that really won't break the bank.